- Hugh,c1470–1555, English Protestant Reformation bishop, reformer, and martyr.
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In his memoir Speech-Less: Tales of a White House Survivor, Latimer says the line was inserted by Thiessen and approved by Bush.
Latimer says Michel reneged on a bet to run naked through the White House if Obama picked Joe Biden as his running mate.
Latimer ends up, as most White House staffers do, disillusioned and disappointed.
Latimer also reveals that the famous “Old Europe” snarky comment was a slip of the tongue.
Mr. Latimer comes across as an honest, if perhaps an occasionally naïve and dewy-eyed observer.
It was here that the martyrs Cranmer, Latimer, and Ridley were burned.
Latimer and Paley, with a host of other divines, were students here.
Mr. Latimer, too, ceased not to say, "O Father of heaven receive my soul!"Fox's Book of Martyrs
Calvin, who destroys Servetus; or Pole, who kills Latimer, which you like.
Latimer, in his Second Sermon preached in Lincolnshire, p. 475.
- Hugh. ?1485–1555, English Protestant bishop: burnt at the stake for refusing to disavow his Protestant beliefs when Mary I assumed the throne
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